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Introducing #1MillionMaths to Rwanda

In response to the severe impact the global pandemic has had on learning, Siyavula, an educational technology company headquartered in South Africa, has announced its partnership with the Mastercard Foundation and the Rwanda Education Board to provide secondary school students in Rwanda with free access to an online practice platform for Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry. Read more

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  • Rwanda:   Introducing #1MillionMaths to Rwanda

    Mastercard Foundation, 12 October 2020

    Siyavula, an educational technology company headquartered in South Africa, has announced today its partnership with the Mastercard Foundation and the Rwanda Education Board to… Read more »

As part of its online platform launch in Rwanda, Siyavula, in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation and the Rwanda Education Board, will be running a #1MillionMaths competition for secondary school students throughout the country. Hundreds of students have already registered on the platform and are eagerly waiting for the competition to start. During the month of October, those students who are active will have the opportunity to win prizes from Monday to Friday.

The Siyavula online platform makes high-quality learning accessible anywhere, anytime, and with any device. All that is required is access to the internet. Its partnership with the Mastercard Foundation and the Rwanda Education Board will provide Rwandan secondary school students with free access to an online practice platform for Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry for the new 2020-21 school year starting on October 1st, 2020.

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